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The Heroes of Smokeover.

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The Heroes of Smokeover.

by L P Jacks:

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  • hardcover
  • Signed
  • First
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About This Item

London: Hodder and Stoughton, no date [1926]. Hardback. 12mo (19cm by 12cm), 318pp. Original blue cloth. Some chafing to the head of the spine, light spotting of the spine, preliminary pages foxed; overall, this book is in good condition. Author's presentation copy, signed and inscribed "Kate from her armirer the author L P J, May 28, 1926" on the front free endpaper. Undated; COPAC gives a date of 1926 and suggests that all copies are undated; as this copy is signed by the author and dated 1926 it is likely to be a first edition.


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Cornell Books Limited GB (GB)
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The Heroes of Smokeover.
L P Jacks:
Book condition
London: Hodder and Stoughton, no date [1926].

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About Cornell Books Limited

We are a medium-sized bookshop located in a small country town in the west of England. The shop is open for business from 1030 to 1700 Monday to Saturday. The building is a fifteenth-century former public house. We are still awaiting the day when we find a book older than the shop itself!


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